The medical profession has been trying to convince the public for years that there are veins on your penis.
It was only a matter of time before the public got the message and started noticing them.
But now, a new study has found that the veins on the male genitals are a common sight, and we should be more careful about what we eat, wear, and drink to avoid developing them.
The new study is published in the journal PLoS ONE.
It looks at the effects of eating and drinking on male health.
The study involved more than 500 men from around the world and included two groups: one that ate and drank as much as possible, and another that ate mostly meat and dairy products.
They found that overall, they didn’t have any visible veins.
But the veins were much more prominent in the meat-eating group.
The meat-eaters reported that they felt a greater desire to eat meat and were more likely to eat it on a regular basis.
The dairy-eating men reported less concern about their health, and the meat eaters reported less discomfort eating meat than did the dairy-eating men.
So, although meat consumption does have an impact on male sexual health, eating meat is not necessarily linked to developing visible veins on those organs.
The authors concluded that the finding “does not suggest that meat consumption is a cause of male sexual dysfunction,” because the researchers found no evidence that it actually causes symptoms of male sexuality problems.
What’s more, they noted that the findings don’t mean that there aren’t other ways to improve male health and sexual health.
“For example, men who eat less meat and drink less dairy could have a better chance of being sexually satisfied and having fewer sexual partners,” they wrote.
What they’re not saying is that we should go out and eat meat to combat erectile dysfunction.
That would be counter-productive.
But they are saying that we shouldn’t avoid eating meat because we’re not sure if it will help us achieve sexual satisfaction, or whether it will make our erectile function worse.